Danitrio Kama-nuri Ki (Yellow) on Sho-Hakkaku (Octagon) Fountain Pen With Painted Clip
It is similar to the previously used techniques of Kamakura-bori (Painted on carved surface) and Cho-shitsu (carving on painted layer on layer till the Urushi become thick enough to carve the design). Kama-nuri is painted on already finished Tame-nuri or Roiro-migaki first and then carving by hand on it to finish Kama-nuri, a double works. It is an exclusive technique developed by Danitrio artists. Maki-e shi work on Tame-nuri, Roiro-migaki or other basics paintings for Kama-nuri and then they are hand carved by Danitrios engraver, Mr. Kazushi Kaneda. The Kama-nuri Collection is special because they are all hand done stroke by stroke and carve by carve throughout the process.
Danitrio makes beautiful pens using the Japanese skill and craftsmanship that has been mastered over the last few thousand of years. One of their lines of pens is the Danitrio is the Hakkaku (Octogon) Fountain Pen. This style of pen is much harder to work on in order to make all the sides even. It fills via Cartridge Converter and has a #6 18k gold nib.
Tama-nuri Red Sho-Genkai $1900
Note: Double Broad nib is the “T” nib.